Nieman Foundation at Harvard
Small steps, but: Most big American newspaper newsrooms are now led by someone other than a white man
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The Calvert Journal / Howard Amos / Jan 26
“The Bell, which has just six employees, is the brainchild of Elizaveta Osetinskaya, a prominent journalist who left Russia in 2016 to study at Stanford University after being pushed out of her role as editor-in-chief of RBC, a leading business news outlet. She says The Bell illustrates a growing trend in which Russian journalists and media managers are finding ways of building news organizations that are not financially dependent on rich businessmen vulnerable to Kremlin pressure.”
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